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    #31
    Could you possibly do a tutorial on how you get such photorealistic lighting. Are you doing anything special with the lights?

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      #32
      Originally posted by Lumli View Post
      Could you possibly do a tutorial on how you get such photorealistic lighting. Are you doing anything special with the lights?
      well... When i figure out everything about dynamic lighting i'll do tutorials. For now im just testing everything. For the lights i only use emissive material. Nothing more.
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        #33
        "Everytime when i use emmissive material light penetrates all wals. No matter how thick that wall is..."

        This was caused by multibounce. If i set too high light multibounce it penetrates wall and bleed all over it.


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          #34
          Originally posted by Gandosh View Post
          Thank you Staggerlee


          Mostly i color grade my images using photoshop. But if i'm wokring on video i work with nuke. But anyways here is my post processing settings for last image.

          Thanks for the tips Gandosh! really appreciate it..

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            #35
            You're welcome!
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              #36
              aaaaand new project this time i tried character lighting etc... Pretty much satisfied with my result. But High Res Screenshot giving me pretty bad AA... other than that. Its good.

              If you want more images, they're here
              https://www.artstation.com/artwork/oQaAz

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                #37
                Originally posted by Gandosh View Post
                thank you guys. I got some tight dead lines on couple of projects i'll post something soon!
                @siebencorgie its emmisive material with single side plane and there is directional light. Im using nVidia VXGI.
                Is the emmisive plane and the directional light the only two lights you are using here? Looks amazing.


                Also what tree are you using in the first two? I like it.

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by ExpiredYogurt View Post
                  Is the emmisive plane and the directional light the only two lights you are using here? Looks amazing.


                  Also what tree are you using in the first two? I like it.
                  Hello! yes its only two lights. About that tree, it was loong time ago. I forgot its name. sorry.
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                    #39
                    This is wonderful!
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                      #40
                      Thank you @frequia!

                      I've just finished my christmas scene for short commercial video. Here's some screenshot.




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                        #41
                        hey guys, long time no see.
                        I've got my own studio and we've made our second animation with ue4. Here's a thread link
                        https://forums.unrealengine.com/deve...fluffy-animals
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